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Mar 10, 6:22pm - #121824 
help please asap

hey i just got my ground wires from happie and i need to know where to connect from the tranny to the engine block i already have it connected to the tranny i can't find the place exactly to connect to the engine block i already looked at the installs page on here for it but i cant figure out please help


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Mar 10, 6:39pm - #121825 
did you check here?: grounding kit install


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Mar 10, 6:47pm - #121826 
yeah i did but i cant find where to put it even with the pic from the install guide


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Mar 10, 8:08pm - #121827 
on the right side of the engine block, theres two screws that are already being used as groudning points, you can tell becuase theres a grounding cable screwd into it, just pick one of those screws, it doesnt really matter


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Mar 10, 8:12pm - #121828 
When I installed mine, the stock bolt wasnt long enough for the two ground cables plus the stock cable, so I used one of the leftover bolts from my stock airbox.

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Mar 10, 8:15pm - #121829 
can anyone help me


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Mar 10, 8:16pm - #121830 
Originally Posted by qbanprepster21
on the right side of the engine block, theres two screws that are already being used as groudning points, you can tell becuase theres a grounding cable screwd into it, just pick one of those screws, it doesnt really matter


what else do you need to know??


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Mar 10, 8:20pm - #121831 
http://www.teamcelica.com/tech/installs/groundwire/install10.jpg

this is the cable that you need to look for, you cant miss it

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Mar 10, 8:37pm - #121832 
if not, just make your own spot as long as its not a screw thats holding a positive wire in place, just find a good place on the right side of the block that can be used for a groudn point


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Mar 11, 1:11am - #121833 
Originally Posted by EuRoBoYGT

can anyone help me

Here is the picture of my grounding kit.
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LEFT SIDE OF THE ENGINE BLOCK.

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Mar 11, 1:13am - #121834 
2 RIGHT SIDE OF THE ENGINE BLOCK.

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Mar 11, 9:51am - #121835 
hmmmm? there seems to be various different methods to installing grounding wires. is there any particular 1 that has proven to provide the most positive affects? i currently had my company create 5 monster cable 4awg wires cut and terminated to hyperground specs and 00cericaruss installed them as a favor. we sort of followed this site's guide but modified a few points here and there. based on team celica's kit i had my production dept make another set following tuned innovation's specs since they claim "maximum gains" with 6 shorter wires. now i see even more ways to do it (e.g. trial's kit and these pix above). confused


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